Reshmi Banerjee tries to trace the difficult emotional journey of Indians from Burma.
Alice Dawkins describes discoveries in the uncatalogued section of the Australian National University’s Menzies Library.
Swe Zaw Oo asks what might be standing in the way of a trash-free Yangon.
Mael Raynaud reviews a new edited volume on the contentious issues surrounding citizenship in Myanmar.
Matthew J Walton looks at Ma Ba Tha’s persistence in the light of criticisms.
Renaud Egreteau argues that potential dissidents within the NLD are unlikely to gain influence.
Thal Sandy Tun considers the high risk of the government’s new energy plan.
Frances O’Morchoe delves into the stories of banishment, migration and golden ages within Lahu pasts.
Francesco Buscemi explores dynamics between the government and state-repelling populations in Myanmar.
Hunter Marston explores the divergent perspectives of international scholars and the people of Myanmar.